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In other words the sand color disappears. Every problem can be solved by a careful study of the photographs shown on the previous page or by another visit to the beach ... which is never a bad idea anyway! htm (2 sur 3) [08/02/2004 16:50:54] Painting small waves No. 2 The figures are from sketches I made and I added the swimming costumes and altered there colors and to give a more satisfactory color scheme. (A full view of this painting can be seen by pressing here. ) STUDENT ACTIVITY: Make your own study (drawing) of some simple natural event or thing such as a clump of grass, part of a grape vine, a fish pond, a pile of autumn leaves or a neglected corner of the garden.

Htm (1 sur 3) [08/02/2004 16:50:58] Light and shade two figures I will use the light slanting across the table to create the higher values on the tiles behind. The woman feeding the child and the man in the red coat (dark against light) are the reverse of the four others who are light against dark. I will use a white bonnet for the woman feeding the child as it will help define here head position. Fig 3 Here then is this secondary layer with the nude added. Notice how I have already set up some dark forms that I will use against the next band of light.

Create an oval and smear with shades of red allowing a transparency around the edges. You could do this with a semi-transparent crimson red like alizarin. The rest is pure fiction and applied logic ... a) Light source (top left) determines the position of the shadow as well as the position of the reflected light on the stone. b) The highlight on the stone tell us the much. As it is sharply focused we know the stone is smooth and shiny (very reflective). Here it is a window - reflected twice (the second time gives the stone greater transparency).

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